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Four families displaced by Kennett Square fire

By Fran Maye|

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  • Arts and entertainment

    ‘Shakespeare in Hollywood’ plays at Unionville

    Shakespeare in Hollywood Plays at Unionville

    By Caryl Huffaker For 21st Century Media |

  • Arts and entertainment

    16 historic buildings on Candlelight Christmas tour

    Visitors to the Brandywine Valley know that the region holds many treasures, including its historic houses: long-standing structures many with rustic springhouses, some of which date back over 300 years. Driving the countryside, you can see these old friends on back country roads, where intersections are marked by the end of a stone wall built many decades ago, still standing as they signify a property line demarcated when our republic was young. This year the Chadds Ford Historical Society...

    By Gene Pisasale |

  • Opinion

    My Two Cents: How to get a GOP victory in 2016

    Election night was a good night for the national GOP: victories all across the nation.

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  • Sports

    College Basketball: Lincoln men fall at home in opener

    LOWER OXFORD >> Lincoln men’s basketball coach John Hill knew well ahead of time their home opener was going to be a tough one. The Lions, with a much different cast than a year ago, would have to start finding their own identity in a hurry, as coming right out of the gate, they’d be squaring off against one of the very best teams in Division II in East Stroudsburg.

    By Bill Rudick brudick55@gmail.com |

  • Sports

    Basketball: Lincoln looks to continue progress

    LOWER OXFORD >> To get an idea just how much progress the Lincoln men’s basketball program has made under John Hill, consider this: the 2014-15 squad must replace its top three scorers and yet the Lions were picked to finish second in the CIAA Northern Division in the preseason coach’s poll.

    By Neil Geoghegan ngeoghegan@dailylocal.com @DLNSports on Twitter |

  • General news

    Road cleanup helps family of fallen Avondale trooper keep his memory alive

    AVONDALE >> The family of a local state trooper who died six years ago at the hands of a drunken driver were out in force Sunday morning picking up trash alongside the road where the crash happened.

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  • General news

    Route 52 roundabout will open by end of year

    POCOPSON >> Construction of the $2.1 million roundabout in Pocopson Township will finish by the end of the year, officials from the state Department of Transportation announced this week.

    Fran Maye
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  • General news

    Scouts retire old flags at evening ceremony

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Streaks of red and blue in the western sunset sky, reminiscent of the colors in Old Glory, showcased the flag retirement ceremony at the Kennett Fire Company on Sunday evening.

    Chris Barber
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  • Lifestyle

    UHS student passes on brushes for spray cans

    Christopher Shaw’s brother used to joke that he couldn’t even draw a stick figure.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Our say

    Book ban vote in Kennett: Censorship dies an ugly death

    The Kennett Consolidated School board made the correct decision Monday night when they voted not to ban Jodi Picoult’s best-selling book “Nineteen Minutes” from the Kennett High School library.

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